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and reforms on the table. i am willing to work with anybody to get this job done. none of us will get 100% of what we want, but nobody should want these cuts to go through. >> political damage if the government runs into trouble, governor, say march 1st it begins to creep along, the real implications where we don't have the adequate defense spending moving out through the pipeline, we really do have a lot of shutdowns and people being laid off, i guess it helps the president because he's already starting to point the finger at a leaderless republican party. they don't have a spokesman to come out and say it's not us. but overall, doesn't it bring down the morale of the country and, thereby, hurt the president as well or more so? i'm wondering how you divide this out in terms of calamity. >> i think in the long term you're right, chris, it does. in the long term it doesn't benefit the president, and michael is right about one thing. we have not had serious discussions about dealing with our debt problem for the next two, three decades, and we've got to do that. but time is running out, and
. >> so tiger, level with us. did you let the president win? >> playing with mr. president was pretty cool. he's just a wonderful person to be around. we won. he was my partner. as i said, we won. >> well, it's good to be president. you can pick tiger woods to be your partner. it was a good day of bonding. much better than the last time the president picked his golf partner. you're getting better taste, mr. president. but you know it's not fair when you can get tiger woods against two. but i'm going to play the young guys at "politicsnation." as soon as kobe bryant has a free day to be my partner. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> the demolition party. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. it's what the president started today, an all-out challenge to the republicans to stop these crazy manufactured crises we've been having. every few months now we've got another deadline, another abyss, another coming government shutdown. this brinksmanship has become elemental to american politics. repub
's birthday, or president's day as a lot of people call it, by showing us what happens when you send an abe lincoln look-alike to the streets of new york city. from letterman's top ten list, what you don't want to hear from a guy dressed like lincoln. >> number ten. >> how about you and i form a more perfect union? >> number eight. >> daniel day-lewis wishes he looked this good. >> that's right. number seven. >> is it true bloomberg outlawed hats over 16 ounces? >> number five. >> does the $5 bill make me look fat? >> number four. >> wow, i thought my clothing was outdated. >> number two. >> hey, where is my idiot son, abraham w. lincoln? >> and the number one thing you don't want to hear from a guy dressed as abraham lincoln. >> hey, jackass, are you going to thank me for the day off? >> i say number two takes the cake. where is w.? >>> as we talked about earlier, we're down to the wire when it comes to avoiding big chops in government spending, so alan simpson wants to know why the deficit reduction plan he put together with erskine bowles wasn't carried out. >> i say to people before you
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